Have you ever had an open job requisition come across your desk, that you were positive you could fill quickly - only to find thirty days have passed, and there are STILL, no qualified candidates in your pipeline? As a hiring manager, or human resources professional, responsible for the recruitment function, you are painfully aware of the number of hours necessary to source for your next hire. With an ever shrinking "quality" talent pool, your job only continues to grow more demanding of your precious time. To add to the insanity, the director of the department you're actively hiring for, is calling and pressuring you constantly, to fill this position - YESTERDAY!
This may sound like just another day in the life of a recruitment manager, but it doesn't have to be this way. Sure, you may post the position on a job board or two, you may decide to regularly access resumes through your employer resume subscription service, and send the job order to your favorite contingency agency. All of your current strategies are initiated, without the time sensitive success required to get this req filled and out of your life. Click here to read more.
Article by, Christina Archer, a Recruiting Consultant, who actively connects with her clients using BountyJobs, the Recruiting Marketplace. http://www.BountyJobs.com provides a quality communications platform, that enables employers to save time, by filling their open positions faster than before. In less than ten minutes, Christina can show hiring managers how to drastically improve their company's recruiting strategy, and streamline their entire talent acquisition process. To schedule the phone call that can positively impact your company's fill rate, call Christina directly, at 888.225.1328, or send an email to christina at christinaarcher.info.
Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap, a content exchange service sponsored by CollegeRecruiter.com, a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates seeking entry-level jobs and other career opportunities.
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